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Round Robin Tussles

If excitement had been on the menu in the Red & Black bowling center on Sunday evening then all would have been dished up with a double helping – nay,…

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Fingernail Tension

Fingernails were bitten almost down to the bone for many watching the four games of stage 2 of the 2012 Brunswick Italia Challenge final, the meeting of the top ten…

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Fight to the Swiss

Just to prove that more than great cheese and cuckoo clocks comes out of Switzerland, Mathieu Berges, 26, from Lausanne, bowled out of his skin on Sunday morning to top…

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The Russell Saga

One of the biggest talking points of this year’s excellent Brunswick Italia Challenge has been the failure of last year’s finalists, Ronnie Russell of the United States and Austria’s Thomas…

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Sweden in the Frame

When we saw Peder Grimsen at the top of the squad standings the name seemed to ring a bell. Had he won a Super Sixxx event back in his native…

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Barrett the Invincible

It is seldom that one sees young Dominic Barrett having to struggle to make the cut of an international bowling tournament, so it was surprising that it took the lithe…

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Sicily Rules the Lanes

After a close fought six-game series as the opening squad on Saturday morning it was Sicilian Andrea Palazzotti who emerged the man with the highest score, posting 1325 to slot…

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Moor Does It Again

There were four players in the hunt for squad leader honors come the final frames of game six in the 16:00 squad Friday afternoon – Paul Moor looking the most…

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Williams on Pole

Each early squad has produced a great score and that tradition was maintained Friday when a packed opening squad saw some great scoring, especially from England’s Stuart Williams, a PBA…